A refined Superstar hailing from the United Kingdom, Gentleman Jack Gallagher is out to grapple his way to victory in the Cruiserweight division.
Although his spotless suits and well-manicured moustache might cause his opponents to take him lightly, that changes once the bell rings. Gallagher is a master grappler, having trained at the infamous Snake Pit in Wigan and learned from catch wrestling icon Billy Robinson. The Manchester native can wriggle his way free from any hold and lock on a painful submission of his own in an instant. When he’s not competing in the squared circle, Gallagher takes part in amateur mixed martial arts fights.The British Superstar's unique in-ring ability has allowed him to compete at the highest level, even challenging Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.
With an in-ring style that perfectly blends old school and new school, Gentleman Jack Gallagher is one of the most dangerous — and distinguished — competitors in WWE's Cruiserweight division.
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Pursuit of the Cruiserweight TitleOn RAW Episode 46, Gallagher was granted a Cruiserweight Title match against Neville but his bad knee gave the champion the advantage to target it by slamming it onto the ramp and taking the count-out victory. On RAW Episode 47 Gallagher was assaulted from behind by Neville but came out on top at the end of the brawl when he DDT'd the champion on the concrete floor. On RAW Episode 48, still angered about what happened 2 weeks prior, Gallagher took the fight to another former champion in The Brian Kendrick and after nearly coming up short, it took multiple headbutts for "The Gentlemen" to earn the victory but Neville was all about getting a little vengeance of his own when he attacked his challenger from behind and hit two "Red Arrows" followed up by the "Ring of Saturn", sending a strong message that he will do whatever it takes to keep his Cruiserweight Title at WWE Backlash. On 205 Live Episode 1, Despite never officially receiving his title match at Backlash, Gallagher took part in a Fatal-4-Way Elimination Match to determine a new No.1 Contender for the Cruiserweight Title, which was eventually won by Hideo Itami.
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